Jennifer Hudson’s Daytime Talk Show Lands on Fox TV Stations – Deadline
Multi-hyphenated Jennifer Hudson found her back on TV, this time with her self-titled debate series The Jennifer Hudson Show landing at Fox television stations.
The sale of the one-hour daytime talk show, which will begin in the fall, was announced on Wednesday Mike Darnell, president, Warner Bros. Unscripted Television, David Decker, Executive Vice President, Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution and Frank Cicha, Executive Vice President, Programming, Fox Television Stations. Fox Television Stations will launch the show with Heart Television and other station groups.
The daytime chat program, which Deadline previously confirmed in November 2021, is from Warner Bros. Unscripted Television in association with Telepictures.
“I’ve been through so much in my life; I’ve seen the highest of highs, the lowest of lows, and pretty much everything in between, but like my mom always told me, “Once you think you’ve seen it all, keep going. to live,” Hudson said. . “People from all over the world have been part of my journey since the beginning – twenty years ago – and I am so ready to join their journey as we sit down and talk about the things that inspire and move us all. I’ve always loved people and look forward to connecting on a deeper level and allowing the audience to see the different sides of who I am, the human being, in return. And I couldn’t be more thrilled to do so alongside this incredible team. We’re going to have fun and shake things up a bit!
The Jennifer Hudson Show is produced in Los Angeles by Warner Bros. Unscripted Television in association with Telepictures and distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.
News of the Grammy and Oscar winner’s latest foray into the world of television comes hot on the heels of her major wins at the NAACP Image Awards. During the February awards show, Hudson won Entertainer of the Year and won Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture for her work as Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin. in The respect, which she executive produced.